Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Warhammer Predators

A first for me and something I have itching to do, some tanks.
Worked to a table top standard, the client specified a nurgle theme with some weathering and battle damage.
I attacked with drills, knives, files to make them look ' used ' and set the green nurgle look.
It was my first use of Modulates Rust pigment.
I found this a fantastic product, painted on like regular paint and dried to look incredibly rust like.
In all I was pleased with the result and would look forward to doing some more.
My research into weathering led me to a few interesting discoveries that I would like to use on higher standard finishes.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Azog Display

Here is my latest finished piece, an Azog conversion done by Dave Fredericks of Shadow and Flame fame.
I mainly have to thank my client who gave me free reign to tackle this as I wished.
That being I wanted to set a cold look to the piece, both in his skin and the base.
I cast the base from resin and painted the underside to give the ice look, a little baking powder and gloss mix for the top and the look is complete.
I hope you enjoy.